Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal, Volume 4

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G.H. Rouse, Baptist Mission Press, 1835 - Asia
 

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Contents

Ill Mem0randum of an Excursion to the Tea Hills which produce the descrip
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Observations on an Article in Loudons Magazine of Natural History
106
Roof of the New Iron Foundery at Kasipur near Calcutta lll
116
Excursions to the Ruins and Site of an Ancient City near Bakhra 13
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Proceedings of the Asiatic Society
177
Meteorological Register
184
Remarks on an Inscription in the Ranja and Tibetan Uchhén Charac
196
On the amount of Rainfall at Calcutta as aifected by the Declination
207
Description of tvo new species of Carinaria lately discovered in the Indian
215
Rules for Calculating the Lengths of the Dropbars of Suspension Bridges
222
On the Temperature of Deep Wells to the west of the Jamna By
229
Meteorological Register
240
Comparison of the Heights of the Barometer with the distance of
252
Collimation Error of Astronomical Instruments By J G Taylor
258
On the Strata of the Jumna Alluvium as exemplified in the Rocks
261
Note on the Gold Washing of the Gfimti River By Lieut Cautley
279
Note on an Inscription found near the Kesariah Mound in Tirhut
286
1X Meteorological Register
296
Description of Heavandoo Pholu the Northern Atoll of the Maldive
319
Results of the Observations made on the Tides at Madras from the 31st
325
VIl Proceedings of the Asiatic Society
348
Miscellaneous
356
Notice of the Temple called Seo Byjnauth Siva Vaidyanatha discovered
361
Restitution and Translation of the Inscription found in the Ruins
367
Notiee of Pugan the Ancient Capital of the Burmese Empire
400
ProceedingsoftheAsiaticSociety
407
BotanyoftheNi1girisandSouthern India
411
MeteorologiealRegister
412
AUGUST I Geological Sketch of the Neilgherries Nilgiri By Dr P M Benza Surgeon to the Honorable the Governor of Madras
413
Notes of a Tour through Palestine
438
Characters of three New Species of Indian Freshwater Bivalves By Isaac Lea with Notes by W H Benson Esq
450
Description of the Bearded Vulture of the Himalaya By B H Hodgson Esq ResidentinNipal
454
Redbilled Erolia By the same
458
On the Fossil Elk of the Himalaya By Lieut W E Baker Engineers
506
Note on the Vegetable Impressions in Agates By Mr J Stephenson
507
VIIl Chemical Analyses By James Prinsep Secretary c
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1X Horary Meteorological Observations made at Calcutta on the 2lst22nd September By James Prinsep Secretary c
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Proceedings of the Asiatic Society
516
Extracts from Scientific Correspondence
517
wn1 x on Semimenstrual Tidal Inequality ib 2 Sir J Hnnscnnnn on correction of Astronomical Instruments
518
Lt JACOB on the correction of the Index Error
519
Dr MCLELLAND on the Fossil Shells of Chirra Punji
520
Mr Srnvnnson on the Pea Stalactite of Tibet ab 6 Observations of Halleys Comet at the Madras Observatory
521
Illustrations of Nipalese Zoology ab XlIl ZIiscellaneous Extracts 1 Influence of the Moon on the Weather By F Marcet
525
On the Composition of the Rangoon Petroleum with Remarks on the Composition of Petroleum and Naphtha in general By William Gre gmyM D F ...
527
Extracts from Proceedings of Zoological Society of London 1834
528
Minerals of the Trappean Rocks of Bombay
530
Meteorological Register
532
OCTOBER
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Account of Sfingie Ujong one of the States in the interior of Malacca
537
HIJournal of an attempted Ascent of the river Min to visit the Tea Plan
553
Selected Specimens of the SubHimalayan Fossils in the Daidupur Collec
565
List of Specimens from Bilwar Collected by Lieut Vicary in
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Proceedings of the Asiatic Society
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Journa1 of aTonr through Georgia Persia and Mesopotamia By Capt
602
Ill On the connection of various ancient Hindu coins with the Grecian
621
Application of Iron Rods proposed to compensate for the strain occasioned
641
Notice of two beds of Coal discovered By Captain J R Ouseley P
648
VIII Meteorologica1 Register
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Regiment communicated by Capt T J Taylor
664
Geological Observations made in a journey from Mussooree Masfiri
690
Corrected Character of the Genus Cuvieria of Rang and notice of
698
Further Discovery of Coal Beds in Assam By Captain F Jenkins
704
Postscript to the Account of the Wild Goat of Niphl printed in the Sep
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